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Saturday, February 17, 2018

Spanish Moss in the Making

After having 2 years of foliage jungle of hoya,
orchids (which never bloomed) and ferns that turned my garden to a jungle..
And the with the new look  - I had added back the Spanish Moss
Or what is left of it (few strands) and I had managed to introduced it..

Eventually it grew long and I'm able to propagate it strand by strand and eventually saved it into this.
It's quite a constant grower for an air-plant..
The problem is, they are so unpredictable that it can get burned and the whole thing look so haggard.
Hoping that it grow longer like what I used to have before. 

I have this nice miniature cage and thought of using it to lacing the fallen pieces and it worked well somehow.

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